Intel’s (next-gen) thirteenth Gen Raptor Lake-S flagship has been noticed within the Bapco CrossMark database, marking its first “real-world” look on the web. In keeping with the rumors, the Core i9-13900K packs 24 cores and 32 threads. Out of those eight are efficiency “P” cores, with the remaining sixteen being “E” effectivity cores. It is a huge leap over Alder Lake’s eight effectivity and total core rely of 16, just about securing the chipmaker a prime spot in multi-threaded workloads.
These benchmark figures are of an early engineering pattern (ES), and the scores clearly point out this. The SKU appears to be operating at round 2GHz, making it onerous to foretell the precise efficiency statistics. We’ll have to attend just a few extra months to get a greater image of what Raptor Lake will provide.
In accordance with current rumors, Intel will reveal its thirteenth Gen Raptor Lake-S processors in August 2022 to fend off AMD’s Zen 4 choices. The Z790 chipset and motherboards may even be launched alongside. We’re more likely to see the Okay-series SKUs first, adopted by the non-Okay choices after a month or two. In accordance with the supply, Alder Lake and Raptor Lake can be inter-compatible with one another’s chipsets (600/700 sequence).
AMD will reportedly launch the Zen 4-based Ryzen 6000 processors in late July/early August together with the X670 motherboards. The finances B650 motherboards will arrive a month later. These CPUs will include help for PCIe Gen 5 and DDR5 reminiscence. DDR4 reminiscence gained’t be supported.